How to Pronounce choker?

Correct pronunciation for the word "choker" is [t͡ʃˈə͡ʊkə], [t‍ʃˈə‍ʊkə], [tʃ_ˈəʊ_k_ə].

"Choker" in context

A choker is like a necklace, except shorter and tighter. It wraps around the neck, typically around two fingers in width, with the edges often embellished with gemstones, jewels, beads, decals or lace.

The origin of choker necklaces is believed to date back to ancient Egypt, when high-ranking individuals would wear them as a sign of wealth. In the Middle ages chokers were adored by noble women and were an acceptable fashion accessory. Today, chokers are popular among both women and men and come in an endless array of styles, from velvet to feathers and beyond.

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